Private Practice

Conveyancing Solicitor

Conveyancing Solicitor

  • We are currently seeking a driven, energetic and experienced solicitor or licensed conveyancer to join us in this hands-on role.
  • The role is a unique blend of people management, day-to-day contact and advising of clients, and is part of a close knit team environment where people work together to deliver outstanding client service.
  • You'll coordinate all aspects of the conveyancing sales process from end to end, delivering in line with client expectations and deadlines.
  • In addition, you will manage and develop a small team of paralegals (each working on up to 100 files per day).
  • Some experience in completing end-to-end high volume residential property work is desirable.

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